Question about Lexmark T632 Laser Printer
I don't know why this printer grabs more than one sheet of paper at a time. It only happens when I print more than one copy at a time. Please HELP, our warranty just expired.
Remove the paper tray and look at the pick rollers for and sign of damage or significant wear. These are not complicated or expensive to replace.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
I have an HP copier (9110) and printer (4600). If the paper is curled or has been damp/wet then dried it will pick up several sheets periodically during a print/copy job. Once I got rid of the bad paper, it was o.k.
Posted on May 16, 2008
Either you have a warn out paper pick up roller , or seperation pad.
wha'st the model of your printer?
and from were your problem is ( tray 1 manual , tray 2 casette ... ) ?
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
This is caused due to the pickup rollers and seperation pads being worn. if you run your fingers across them you will no dobt find that they are very smooth and thats the problem. the rollers and pads need to be rough so that they can cause friction against eachother to seperate the pages. i
What make model is it and i will try source the part numbers for you
Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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